MORI ART MUSEUM | JUST IN CASE LIVE, HONO UEHARA

MORI ART MUSEUM | JUST IN CASE LIVE, HONO UEHARA

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ゼロから立ち上がるのは、とても勇気がいる。2018, 12, 2

慣れた毎日を、突然予告もなく奪われたら、ひとは、まず、何を考え、何と向き合うことになるのだろう。

ひとの中にある、潜在的な生きる力、というのは、その現実を上回る力がある。

それは、決して容易なことではないし、一瞬で切り替わることではないけれど、生命力が人を後押ししてくれるのかもしれない。

森美術館で、いま、開かれている『カタスロフと美術の力』は、カタスロフに遭遇したときに、美術が発揮できることはあるだろうかと、問いかけています

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Jean Paul Sartre inspired us to think about the meaning of literature for children dying of hunger. Similarly, we can query of the meaning of art to people suffering from tragedy. After the 2011 earthquake, the media broadcast reports about a boy saved from a collapsed house telling his rescuers that his dream was to become an artist. We have to wonder why he thought that way. This issue seems to harbor questions that are intimately connected with the meaning of human life.

サルトルは、餓死しようとしている子どもにとって、文学は、どんな意味を持つだろうか、と問いかけ、同様に、2011年の地震のあと、崩壊した家屋の跡から救われた男の子が、夢は、芸術家になることだと言ったことは、何を意味するか考えさせられる、と。

To make, is the first step

To make, colors your heart

To make, is to live

To make, is changes your tomorrow

Talking to your heart and expressing it changes the world you’re living in now

自分のこころに語りかけ、それを表現することが、いま生きる世界を変えたりする。

展覧会の最後にあったのは、オノ•ヨーコの作品。

色を加えるペインティング(難民船)。

参加型アートの、その作品にわたしが書いていたのは、

“I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.”

ひとは、こころのJoyを探すことで、希望を見いだし、前に進み始めます。

それは、最初は、もしかすると、形だけでもいいのかもしれない。繰り返し、繰り返し唱えるうちに、心に光が差し込んでくるはず。今日は、目の覚めるブルーのニットに、レオパード柄のジョグパンツ。

なぜか、ブルーが目に入る日でした。


風景があってその日のファッションが決まる。ファッションが風景を変える。その相乗効果を身体が感じる。自分の毎日をしっかり生きる。

そんな毎日のブラッシュアップ....... just in case live。

Be fun and happy everyday!! 

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Knit Pants

When suddenly your feel deprived of your familiar daily life, what will you do?

There is the power to surpass that reality, the life force in people.

It may not be easy or switch in a moment, but life force will lift people.

At the Mori Art Museum, the exhibit "catastrophe and artistic power" is asking whether art can be exhibited when depicting catastrophe .

After the 2011 earthquake, the media broadcast reports about a boy saved from a collapsed building. This issue seems to harbor questions that are intimately connected with the meaning of human life.

Sartre asked what the meaning of literature would be for children who are about to starve, and likewise the boys who were saved from the ruins of houses that collapsed after the earthquake in 2011.  The dream is, the artist It is made to think what is meant, what is said, what is to become?

To make, is the first step

To make, colors your heart

To make, is to live

To make, changes your tomorrow

Talking to your heart and expressing it changes the world you’re living in now.

At the end of the exhibition was Yoko Ono’s participatory work.

Painting to add color (refugee boat).

I wrote in that work of participatory art,

"I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy."

People will find hope by reaching for joy of mind and start moving forward.

At first, perhaps, it may be just a phrase. Repeat and repeat and repeat, and light will enter your heart.

Today, in the blue awakening knit, and  leopard pattern jog pants,

for some reason, it was a day when a lot of blue was visible.

The fashion for the day is decided for the scenery we are about to engage with.  Fashion changes the landscape. The effect on the body is synergistic. I live my life with purpose.

Every day raise up ....... 

“just in case live”.

Why don’t you be fun and happy everyday ? 

Find the beauty in your life and enjoy it!

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